The truth about truth serum. (2023)

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field fole

Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 5:12 pm

On the other hand, sodium pentothal is good for another purpose besides extracting the false truth and turning off surgical patients: it is a radiation protection agent that minimizes the harmful effects of radiation on the body. If the drug is taken three to four hours before radiation exposure, it prolongs the life of the body's cells, even if the radiation dose is fatal.

Chrisboyle001

Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 5:51 pm

^ That's really cool

archangel

Posted Dec 22, 2005 at 7:37 pm.

Ahhh, yet another chemical in the fight against radiation poisoning, if you can get your hands on it. People who live near a nuclear power plant should already have potassium iodide (KI) tablets in their first aid kit. However, I'm not sure they can get Sodium Pentothal as easily. I was just wondering how long it would take to survive and if that amount would eventually knock him unconscious.

TDavis

Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 8:15 pm

Hmmmm... I had heard that sodium pentothal was good for removing red wine stains from white tablecloths. Or maybe it was carbon tetrachloride...

oh

Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 8:39 pm

If I fall victim to radiation poisoning, I want to pass out.

For a long time.

Mario

Posted On Dec 23, 2005 at 4:23 am

Hmm, fascinating article today. This is one of those questions that hovered just below my mental threshold to address, but it's always been there. Many moons ago, when I had my wisdom teeth removed, I was injected with sodium pentahol, but that's all I remember. I was already on nitrous oxide and I felt the IV go in, I felt the pain of the pentathol and then nothing. I've been skeptical of "truth serums" ever since, and now you've made that clear. Thank you very much. 🇧🇷

Write

Posted On Dec 23, 2005 at 5:55 am

If I fall victim to radiation poisoning, I want to pass out.

Technically, every time you get sunburned, you become a victim of radiation poisoning. At least your skin.

The end

Posted On Dec 23, 2005 at 7:20 am

Very interesting as always... keep it up.

Josef Harding

Posted On Dec 23, 2005 at 9:17 am

Alan Bellows said: "As an aside, sodium pentothal is good for a purpose other than extracting the false truth and turning off surgical patients: it is a radiation protective agent that minimizes the harmful effects of radiation on the body. If the drug is taken three to four hours before exposure to radiation, it prolongs the life of the body's cells, even if the dose of radiation is fatal."

(Video) The Truth About 'Truth Serum'

The problem is how many of you will know in advance that you will receive a mega dose of radiation?

field fole

Posted On Dec 23, 2005 at 11:44 am

Josh Harding said, "The problem is how many of you will know in advance that you're going to get a mega dose of radiation."

Could have helped the fire departmentChernobyl, and the men on the K-19 submarine (although the drug is not known to protect against heavily influenced Russian accents).

Josef Harding

Posted Dec 23, 2005 at 12:37 pm.

Alan Bellows said, "It could have helped the Chernobyl fire department and the men on the K-19 submarine (although the drug is not known to protect against heavily influenced Russian accents)."

Yeah, not much hope for bad Russian accents... like Dolph Lundgren, Sean Connery, Ben Affleck, Harrison Ford, ad nauseum.

Bucky

Posted Dec 23, 2005 at 6:43 pm.

I knew there was a reason I subscribed to this blog. Impressive information; Thank you very much!

So Neo really didn't need to save Morpheus! He wouldn't necessarily have given Agent Smith the access codes to Zion's mainframe!

a_dutch_boy

Posted Dec 23, 2005 at 7:01 pm.

I tried scopolamine once with some friends. Yes, I've done some stupid things in my life. It was in the LSD era. We all had different experiences, none of them pleasant. He "did" something with memory, subconsciousness and perceptions. While he was used to psychedelic experiences, this was something else entirely.

As he worked with his hands, one looked close and the other meters away. The landscape and surroundings "tried" to change. I tried to focus on what I thought was "real" reality. I took the shortest route to my bed and fell asleep.

A friend of mine recalled reliving a concert during a train ride and going up to the driver to buy drugs. This was Holland in the 1970s, so they didn't arrest him.

Another stripped and walked around his parents' house like a dog. He saw other dogs that weren't there and responded to them.

Another was at a friend's house, went out into the hallway, grabbed an umbrella, broke it like a tree splinter, started a fire with it and began to tell the bad things he had done in his life the first cookie he had made the theft. It lasted for hours.

I think it sometimes works under certain circumstances for some people, but it's certainly not reliable.

SoloOtroNombre

Posted On Dec 25, 2005 at 6:28 am

THE TRUTH!! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!!

Hope no one has posted this yet.

Oh! And I'm in the "safe zone" at Limerick Nuclear Power Station. People will flock to MY area. And I'll be out of here in 20 minutes; South or Southwest or West. Depending on which direction the wind currents are blowing.

I think I'll pick up some of these "anti-radiation" pills at the pharmacy next time I see them. See how I'm having a terrible allergic reaction to it.

tapetum

Posted on Jan 2, 2006 at 11:50 pm

Good thing we don't have a damn truth worth the name.

Lois McMaster-Bujold's Vorkosigan series has a truth drug called Fastpenta that actually works. As she comments several times in different stories, it is far from the miracle that many people would imagine. For one thing, you need to find the right person. On the other hand, you must ask the right questions in the right way. A third require you to interpret the answers correctly. To further complicate matters, the effect on the drugged person is a form of mental rape. It's not that their mental abilities are impaired, but it's incredibly invasive to repeat everything they know whether they want to or not. These are all legitimate issues that would arise if we had a real truth drug.

So I'm so happy that things are the way they are.

Anna K

Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 8:50 pm

I prefer JK Rowling's version...

But thanks, I was wondering if there was any truth to the true rumour.

kbwoods

Posted On Jul 28, 2006 at 5:19 am

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Yazheirx said: "If I get radiation poisoning, I want to be unconscious.

Technically, every time you get sunburned, you become a victim of radiation poisoning. At least your skin.

Right! Sunshine is like Chernobyl, and since sodium pentothal seems to have a similar effect to alcohol, we should all go down to the beach for a daiquiri.

Soledad

Posted Aug 30, 2006 at 7:59 pm.

>> If you've ever been drunk, you personally know the effects of truth serum on the mind and body.

[insert Mel Gibson Free Slam here]

Keith LDick

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 2:50 am

“But are these truth serums effective? Do they provide usable results?

Hmm, hmm, does hypnotizing people really work???...

Can anyone attest to this?

crunchy

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 3:34 am

Bucky said, "So Neo really didn't need to save Morpheus! He wouldn't necessarily have given Agent Smith the access codes to Zion's mainframe!

Ah, but it wasn't a truth serum as such... it was a drug to break down your mental defenses, so it would be easier to "hack your mind". Agent Smith didn't interrogate Morpheus, he took the information by force.

KeithLDick said: "Um, um, does hypnotizing people really work???...

Can anyone here testify that he does????…”

Despite what popular culture would have you believe, hypnosis requires the active consent and participation of the hypnotized person. You can't use it to force someone to do something they don't want to, so it's not very useful for interrogations. It simply induces a trance-like state, similar to meditation but with a more direct purpose.

I think the purpose of hypnosis is essentially to imprint conscious thoughts/desires onto the subconscious. This makes it useful for things like quitting smoking (but one has to consciously want to quit or it won't work).

harleyhetz

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 5:09 am


I think the purpose of hypnosis is essentially to imprint conscious thoughts/desires onto the subconscious. This makes it useful for things like quitting smoking (but one has to consciously want to quit or it won't work)."

And if you REALLY want to consciously quit smoking, you really don't need hypnosis... then it's kind of an oxymoron! ;any)

Bier703

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 9:09 am

People don't understand how interrogations work. The purpose of using drugs in an interrogation is to give the interrogator an advantage over the victim/prisoner. Putting someone in a drunken or disoriented state facilitates deception and flattery and can be used to extract secondary information that will later give you influence over the person.

So you can make someone relax about the mysteries you want to uncover, but you can make them relax about their personal weaknesses: childhood, sexual history, personal issues, medical issues, etc. These vulnerabilities will be exploited to extract more information.

Schuyler's cat

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 10:16 am

Duff, that's what I thought.

“Truth” is irrelevant in many interrogation situations. "When will the Allies attack the beaches of France?" or "Where is Osama Bin Laden?" are "leader" questions that start things off at the top, so a questioner can move down the ladder and look for other, more realistic information. Information collected during interrogations is never expected to be accurate, timely or unchanging. Everything serves to form a bigger picture of a situation, nothing more than a small part of a larger investigation. Give a terror suspect a drug and ask a question like "When will the next attack be?" and trust this answer? no Now give the same drug to 25 terror suspects and ask them this question. Ask the question of other people without the drug. Look for a trend. This is the ticket, and as I understand it, they were used.

By the way, great article Alan! I liked the ethyl alcohol part and wondered if an interrogation would look like this:

GMAN: "Speak up, you terrorist scum! We gave you alcohol!
SUSPECT: "I really love you man!"
GMAN: "Where are the others?"
SUSPECT: "I don't know! I really love you man!"
GMAN: "When will the next bad thing happen?"
SUSPECT: "Wow, man! I really love you man!"

Sounds a bit like an SNL sketch...

BTW these were amazing reactions: when I was a teenager in the 70's I was offered scopolamine and I gave up (I'm glad I did). I didn't know Pentothal was a radiation prophylactic, that's great. Studying…

sandoga

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 12:00 am.

(Video) The Truth About The Truth Serum

Ufa! for a second that paragraph worried me

The Supreme Court confirmed shortly after 9/11 that terrorism may require "greater attention to the judgments of political powers in matters of national security".

But then I realized that the current government doesn't need the truth. That's a relief...

he drew

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 12:27 pm.

Shandooga, you spelledhttps://www.malditointeresante.comwrong - you wanted to writehttp://www.slashdot.org, I think.

Drakvil

Posted Aug 31, 2006 at 11:12 pm

Josh Harding said, "The problem is how many of you will know in advance that you're going to get a mega dose of radiation."

That's right... Sometimes I don't get much notice when I have to get in my Ford Nucleon and drive to the store!

Would it be considered DUI if it was in truth serum? I wonder what the sobriety test would be like.

Cop: Do you take truth serum?
Me: I don't want to tell you, but I am.

coulter

Posted On Sep 11, 2006 at 6:31 am

Another popular movie myth I'd like to see explored is that of gun silencers. To what extent does a silencer muffle a gun fire?
I read a little article about this years ago that said the reporting is still too high, but I can't remember where.

Sr. Spielberg

Posted on September 17, 2006 at 5:50 pm

I stumbled across this site today and I'm glad I found so much interesting information.
The failure of truth serums has been known for decades. The actual interrogation is a much more unpleasant process. Interestingly, the general view that physical torture is ideal is wrong. It's hard to question someone who is unconscious. By far the most successful techniques are those that alter the victims' mental state, not through pain, but by giving them a distorted view of the world. This can be achieved by overloading your senses with noise or light. In other cases, true solitary confinement (in the dark, with no noise, not even a breeze to spur them on, constrained and unable to move) yields the best results. All this is well known: the CIA (and almost all secret agencies in all countries) have tried different interrogation methods and then used the ones that work. It's still happening, look at Guantanamo. I can't feel sorry for terrorists, but sometimes I feel sorry for them.

copper eagle

Posted Sep 20, 2006 at 4:01 pm.

Why don't hospitals that do radiotherapy give this drug to cancer patients? Fourth, would it be beneficial for other X-rays and such?

router000

Posted Sep 21, 2006 at 12:35 pm.

Plowshare said: “Another popular movie myth I'd like to see explored is that of gun silencers. To what extent does a silencer muffle a gun fire?

I read a little article about it years ago that said the report is still too high, but I can't remember where."

It all depends on the type and caliber of the weapon, as this Wikipedia article says:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supresor

7H

Posted On Sep 30, 2006 at 11:44 pm

Coppereagle said: "Why don't hospitals that do radiotherapy give this drug to CANCER patients? Would it be beneficial for other x-rays and so on?"

Why would it be as kind to cancer cells as it is to the rest of the body?

As for X-rays, when a lead apron is nearly as effective, it's simply not worth the cost.

Small bell

Posted Nov 16, 2006 at 1:44 am.

Spielberg said: “I found this site today and I'm glad I found so much interesting information…. It's still happening, look at Guantanamo. I don't sympathize with terrorists, but sometimes I feel sorry for them."

Thanks for joining us! By the way, I love your books. LOL ;-P

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Rey Randall

Posted Dec 31, 2006 at 5:35 am

Anyone guess what could be used as a powerful tool to tell the truth? I present the "vise and testicle grip" approach. Yes, yes, it is "torture". But so is The View and the silly commercials and television in general, but nobody writes their congressman about it. I'll leave that thought on the table over there, in case anyone wants it.

Or

Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 12:37 pm

"If you've ever been drunk, you know firsthand the effects truth serum has on the mind and body."

... There is? You mean dancing half naked at the bar?

jstephens

Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 2:31 pm

Alan Bellows said, "It could have helped the Chernobyl fire department and the men on the K-19 submarine (although the drug is not known to protect against heavily influenced Russian accents)."

I have heard that the fire department and a few others escaped the rigors of the radiation because they were heavily intoxicated (it is documented that they survived). Something like the potentially lethal doses weren't lethal because the alcohol effectively neutralized or slowed down what was happening to your cells from the radiation.

Q4M

Posted May 14, 2011 at 9:47 am

Coppereagle said: "Why don't hospitals that do radiotherapy give this drug to CANCER patients? Would it be beneficial for other x-rays and so on?"

7Hs explained, "Because maybe it had the exact same cell-sparing effect on cancer cells as the rest of the body?"

This is a true assumption... The effects of sodium pentathol would counteract the efforts of radiotherapy. Radiation is designed to kill cancer cells in affected tissues. Essentially, if a preservative were introduced as a variable, ie: sodium pentathol, the two chemicals would compete for potency, thus weakening SP; watered down, so to speak. The medical practice of radiation is to target the cancer, kill it quickly, and stop treatment as quickly as possible. During the radiation phase, there are a number of side effects that damage the immune system and the production of new cells. However, once the treatment is stopped, the regenerative properties of the cell tissue return to normal (without the mutated cancer cells) and the immune system begins to restore its necessary functionality.

mrsmoriarty_001

Posted on Jun 3, 2011 at 2:21 pm

I think they should give Casey Anthony the truth serum and find out the truth once and for all.........

Albatila

Posted on May 19, 2013 at 10:13 pm

About the Author: How the hell are you going to drop the MK Ultra name? It's so common to say... oh I don't know... "bad journalism"... without letting people know what the hell. * Do you agree? Half information... or misinformation...

denis

Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 4:22 pm

In 1987 I decided to have a vasectomy because I had two children from a previous marriage but had remarried a few years ago. During outpatient surgery, the doctor and his assistant allowed my wife to be in the room during the procedure. He injected me with sodium pentothal. After I was completely unconscious, he laughingly told my wife that if she asked me a question and wanted an honest answer guaranteed, she should ask me right away. He told her that sodium pentothal was a truth serum. After the operation, she told me what she said. I didn't find it particularly funny because "IF" I was the type to waste time, it would have been a horrible time for my wife to find out. Imagine the doctor cuts me in a very private area and the scorned woman casually walks up to the doctor and smacks the scalpel and could have been much louder afterwards! 🇧🇷
Seriously, I think "some form" of truth serum should be used in murder cases. I understand the Fifth Amendment and the stories of inaccuracies, but prisons are full of murderers who repeatedly bog down the courts with appeals and take up prison space. there must be a better way

I love that

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 12:44 pm

Scopalomine seemed to be author Allistaire McClain's drug of choice. He used it in two of his best stories: "Where Eagles Dare" and "The Guns of Navarone" when the Germans interrogated a prisoner in World War II.

Oscar

Posted Aug 24, 2014 at 3:11 am

Truth serums can work very well. Other factors can also help.
Comment the hypnosis shit above if you think you can't make a person do shit.
Of course, knowledge and other dirty tricks would be protected by these naysayers, by peeps who wouldn't back down from their nasty sex parties.
Again, the good thing is that certain police departments are banding together to finally catch these bad guys.

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